Abstract: This course will be a newly-filed course that will satisfy the 3-hour NC Ethics CE requirement for resident agents. While we will not specifically cover CPE ethics requirements, CPAs will be able to claim CPE.
Applied for 3 hrs: NC Ethics CIE, NC CPE
1400 Program begins
Moderator: Gregg Schlaudecker
Dale Nix, GSO Police
Coming up on 30 years with the Greensboro police, detective sergeant Dale Nix is the Supervisor for the Department’s Family Victims Unit. Experienced Police Sergeant with a demonstrated history of working in the law enforcement industry. Skilled in Law Enforcement, Criminology, Field Training, Patrol, Investigations and Peer Counseling. Strong military and protective services professional with a BS focused in English from University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Hannah Vaughan, Corp for Guardianship
Hannah B. Vaughan is an Elder Law attorney in Greensboro with over 10 years of experience.
Vaughan is also passionate about ending elder abuse and was instrumental in making sure that elder justice would be a priority at the new Guilford County Family Justice Center. She served as a co-founder of and remains active in the leadership of the Guilford County Elder Justice Committee, which brings a multidisciplinary team of professionals together monthly for discussion about how our community can better prevent, identify, and remedy elder abuse.
She is currently a Legal Consultant for The Corporation of Guardianship, Inc., providing legal guidance to a non-profit provider of fiduciary services for vulnerable adults, specifically with regard to their Special Needs Pooled Trust. Prior to that, she served as the Director of the Elder Law Clinic at Elon University School of Law, which provided free civil legal services to low income senior residents of Guilford County. She taught a seminar on elder law to advanced law students, and under her supervision, these law students handled cases related to elder law issues and made community presentations to seniors on various topics of interest. Prior to teaching, Vaughan worked as an Associate Attorney with the elder and special needs law firm of Booth Harrington and Johns of NC, PLLC, where her practice was focused on Medicaid Planning and Special Needs Trusts.
She graduated cum laude from Vanderbilt University, where she doubled majored in Psychology and Child Development. She earned her J.D. from the University of Alabama where she was Editor-in-Chief of the Law and Psychology Law Review, a member of the Bench and Bar Legal Honor Society, recipient of several leadership and service awards, and was a student volunteer with the Legal Clinic for the Elderly.
Kim Johnson, MS
Kim Johnson has worked in aging services for over 20 years and is currently the Senior Regional Long-Term Care Ombudsman at the Piedmont Triad Regional Council Area Agency on Aging. In this role, Kim serves as the programmatic lead of a team of Ombudsmen covering a 12 county region. As an Ombudsman, she advocates for residents in long-term care facilities when their rights have been violated and promotes awareness about elder abuse. Prior to working as an Ombudsman, Kim worked at Senior Resources of Guilford in a number of positions including Senior Center Director, Senior Employment Program Director and Information and Assistance Specialist. Kim earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Guilford College and a Master’s Degree in Gerontology from UNC-Greensboro. In addition, Kim currently serves as the Chairperson for the Triad Elder Abuse Awareness Walk, Co-Chair of the NC Regional Long-Term Care Ombudsman Association and serves on the the Leadership Team for the Guilford County Elder Justice Committee.